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The Cupping Show of Barty Finca Santa Teresa (FST)

Posted by Nathaniel Fleming on

We're honoured to be bringing to Australia direct from farm a flight of Gesha from Santa Clare, Panama Finca Santa Teresa (FST) a well-known region.

Finca Santa Teresa (FST) is a coffee farm and mill in Santa Clara, Renacimiento, nestled high in the cloud forest near the Volcán Barú; Panama’s highest peak, adjacent to La Amistad National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Farm occupies 237 acres of stunning forest between 1400-1600m above sea level. We produce a range of premium specialty coffees, including Gesha, Caturra, Catuai, Typica and Pacamara varietals, we service multiple processes.

This Barty FST Gesha pairing four or three packs includes;

Gesha originally came to Panama from Ethiopia in the twentieth century as part of efforts to find disease-resistant fruit.

With love, check out our Barty FST Gesha Kits you will not be disappointed.

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The Coffee Biz, Mental Health & Burn Out

Posted by Bart Jawien on

We just wanted to personally address the elephant in the room around all things orders, you know that we have received your order and are currently fulfilling it ASAP.

These are challenging times for everyone, including those of us here at Barty Single Origin. I'm so sorry for the delay. COVID 19 lockdowns and restrictions have resulted in a huge influx of online orders in every sector.

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How to Taste Coffee

Posted by Nathaniel Fleming on

Coffee is one of the most cherished drinks after water itself. At Barty Single Origin it’s our responsibility to be good at what we love. That’s why we make delightful and tasty coffee. To do this, we have to practice a lot of coffee tasting, and build up our knowledge on taste, and smell.

So can you. It’s actually way easier than you’d expect. The next coffee you taste, treat each sip sacredly, and inspire your senses with what you’re tasting.

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Terroir in Coffee

Posted by Nathaniel Fleming on

Similar to wine, terroir is a factor in coffee that offers a never ending journey in flavour profiling. 

Its complexities are limitless because of the endless possibilities of environments and ecologies a coffee plant may have with its surroundings.

Next time you are tasting your cup you may want to ask yourself these questions about terroir.

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Product REVIEW: The AeroPress & AeroPress GO make an **Identical** cup

Posted by Bart Jawien on

This is a quick product review of the AeroPress GO in comparison with the old school AeroPress which you will hear all the big Youtube celebrities bang on about how the Go isn't fit for purpose at home or when travelling.  James Hoffmann can you do everyone a favour, your 2019 clip is not your finest work reviewing a product that's identical and franky makes the exact same coffee. What a load of absolute Bollocks!

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